The draw was still a huge success as players scooped cash amounts from £3.50 (€4.80) for matching two main numbers to £373,794 (€515,956) for matching five main numbers and one Lucky Star. In addition, one UK player won £1 million on Millionaire Maker and a French ticket holder picked up €1 million in the supplementary My Million game. You can visit the Results page at Euro-Millions.com to learn more about the full prize breakdown.
Ticket sales have resumed and players will once again be snapping up tickets in droves as they seek to beat the odds and net a top prize worth an estimated £25 million (€32 million) on Tuesday of next week. Given that Christmas is just six weeks away, buying EuroMillions tickets might be the best thing you ever did for your December and January bank statements. You can buy tickets online or at authorised retailers up until 7.30pm GMT (8.30pm CET) on Tuesday. Good luck and have fun!